Dry and warm afternoons and clear and chilly nights have been the rule. More of that to come this week. Paltry when it comes to any moisture for the region, and while clouds will increase late week, the chances of any measurable rainfall will be slim (30% or less).
A backdoor cold front will drop temperatures some the next few days. Highs will max out around 70 tomorrow for Asheville and many mountain valley locations. By end of week, many are likely to return to the 70s for highs. Overnight lows will warm some too, dipping into the upper 30s to lower 40s for the next few nights, then warming into the upper 40s by end of week.
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